INTERVIEW: Josh Henderson Talks Texas Heat and Working Out For Those Dallas Season 3 Shirtless Scenes


Sex and sizzle returned to Southfork in a big way when TNT brought back the classic soap opera Dallas a few seasons ago. As swaggering, cocksure, cowboy oilman John Ross Ewing, Josh Henderson has been proving he's more than worthy of his Ewing license plate, not to mention his magnum-size belt buckle.

“I am from Dallas and so to hear that it was coming back and then to be asked to be a part of the new cast, was really special," said Henderson, when I caught up with him at the Los Angeles Food & Wine festival last month. "Playing JR (the late Larry Hagman) and Sue Ellen’s (Linda Gray) son is the coolest thing ever for me. Every day, I’m like, ‘Wow, this is my job?' This is amazing!”

Erica Kane, J.R. Ewing and Barnabas Collins Among TV Guide’s 60 Nastiest TV Villains


Who are the 60 Greatest TV Villains of All-Time? TV Guide Magazine's Bruce Fretts and Matt Roush listed their picks for the dubious distinctions in the March 25-April 7 issue of the magazine.

It should come as no surprise that many suds evil-doers made the cut, including Dallas' late, great J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman) at No.1; Dynasty devil Alexis Colby (Joan Collins) at No. 7 and Dark Shadows' Barnabas Collins (Jonathan Frid) at No. 8.

Mandy Winger and Cally Ewing Set to Return to Say Goodbye to Ole’ J.R. on Dallas!

I am going to be balling my Dallas-lovin' eyes out this winter! TV Guide has revealed two sexy blasts from J.R. Ewing's (the late Larry Hagman) past will be present when the legendary character heads for the Big Oil Baron's Ball in the Sky later this year.

Deborah Shelton and Cathy Podewell will be respectively reprising the roles of lingerie model-turned-mistress Mandy Winger and hayseed bride Calpurnia "Cally" Harper Ewing on the TNT update of the original CBS hit. 

Dallas to Bury J.R. Ewing on March 11


Get ready for a Texas-sized funeral. According to TVLine, TNT’s Dallas has set a March 11 date for the funeral of J.R. Ewing. The soap villain's  portrayer Larry Hagman died in November. Reportedly,

producers quickly began crafting a proper sendoff — one that is rumored to feature a number of returning Dallas vets (including several that have not yet been seen on the TNT version.)